Business Organization - Page 32
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Introduction Many business planners are attracted to the idea of incorporation because of the protection it offers.
From a single musician with his own record label to a multinational conglomerate with thousands of employees, all businesses must choose an organizational structure whose complexity and form meet the company's needs. Choosing the appropriate structure for you requires a thorough analysis of your business.
When a small company breaks up, the bickering over the division of assets can be every bit as hard fought as in the.
The Nova Scotia unlimited company is the only Canadian entity treated as a corporation for Canadian tax purposes but also eligible to be disregarded for tax purposes in the United States .